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SURFACE 2018

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COATINGSPRO SURFACE PREP 2018 51 HOLD*BLAST is an active surface passivator that stops the formation of flash rust. It's economical and easy to use. HOLD*BLAST is non-hazardous and environmen- tally friendly. Benefits • Compatible with all coatings. • Prevents flash rust for up to 72 hours, or longer. • No rewashing prior to coating. • Dilute with potable water: • No demineralized, high purity water required. • No concerns with residue (Scum) on evaporation. • Apply through equipment: • Standard pressure washer • U.H.P. blasting • Vapor/Mist blasting • Economical: • Pennies per square foot. • Eliminate high cost of brush blasting • ADHESION CONCERNS? Not a problem! • This product does not leave a residue that interferes with coating adhesion. WET OR VAPOR ABRASIVE BLASTING? "Just add it to the water"Use a 1:50 dilution, depending on the quality of water, a higher dilution may be possible. DRY BLASTING? Pressure wash with HOLD*BLAST afterwards. With most potable water use a 1:50 dilution - dilute it even further when using higher quality water. ™ CHLOR RID INTERNATIONAL, INC. PO Box 908 Chandler, AZ 85244 (800) 422-3217 (480) 821-0039 info@chlor-rid.com www.chlor-rid.com Prevent Flash Rust COST CONSIDERATIONS? HOLD*BLAST is affordable! HOLD*BLAST costs only pennies per square foot. ADHESION CONCERNS? Not a problem! This product does not leave a residue that interferes with coating adhesion. SIMPLY DILUTE with potable water! No need for high cost deionized or high purity water. Use HOLD*BLAST on your next project to prevent flash rust! Learn more about CHLOR RID's extensive line of products and start SAVING MONEY TODAY! Company Profile: CHLOR RID INTERNATIONAL, INC. SPONSORED CONTENT

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